Coming to the food, we first started with California crabstick rolls, they were bite-sized sushi and tasted nice. Then we moved forward to Gyoza pork dumplings, and we instantly fell in love with them, a must-try dish. Next was a Korean soup, which was nice and if you have a thing for Korean cuisine, then you should definitely go for it.
Further, there was the Dolsot Bibimbap with miso soup, it was a bunch of veggies and rice topped with a sunny-side-up omelette, it was fun to watch the staff mix it all in their own style. To gulp all this down, try their speciality lemongrass cooler, I personally loved it.
We ended our meal with green tea ice cream, another must-try.